Poland offers a temperate climate that experiences warm summers, but cold winters. The currents from the country’s coast, as well as temperatures from its neighbours, influence the climate.
There are four distinct seasons in Poland. Spring runs from March to May and is characterized by colder days at the beginning of the season, but gradually warms up. Summer is naturally the warmest season in Poland, running from June to August. Summer is also the brightest month. From September to November is autumn, which enjoys warm and sunny days in September, but gets colder and foggy later in the season. Finally, winter is quite cold in Poland, beginning in December and carrying into March. The coldest months in the country are January and February.
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